‘Songs of the Cities’ heads to the nation

Saxophonist NIck Russoniello and classical guitarist Murilo Tanouye of Duo Histoire. Photograph: Jacquie Manning.

Music within the Areas launches its 2023 classical music program with Duo Histoire’s “Songs of the Cities”.

AFTER a profitable inaugural yr touring 5 world-class classical music teams throughout regional NSW in 2022, Music within the Areas is launching its 2023 music program with considered one of Australia’s distinctive and fascinating chamber duos, Duo Histoire, performing Songs of the Cities from March 1 to March 8.

Duo Histoire’s award-winning musicians and completed soloists, saxophonist Nick Russoniello and classical guitarist Murilo Tanouye, will seem at Lark Hill Vineyard in Bungendore on Thursday, March 2, with catering by Agostinis Italian Restaurant.

That includes music by Claude Debussy, Jacques Ibert, Elena Kats-Chernin and Astor Piazzolla, Duo Histoire’s “Songs of the Cities” will transport audiences from venues throughout regional NSW to the tango halls of Argentina, the streets of São Paulo and the salons of Paris.

Music within the Areas common supervisor and producer, Ian Whitney, stated: “Saxophone and guitar are maybe not what individuals consider once they hear the phrases ‘classical music’ so I’m thrilled to have the ability to tour two very good artists who’re constructing a singular repertoire for devices which have traditionally been on the classical fringes. Nick and Murilo are dynamic musicians, and it’s going to be nice to share them on what might be considered one of our most formidable itineraries but.”

Of touring for Music within the Areas, Nick Russoniello stated: “Duo Histoire has a protracted custom of giving concert events in nation NSW and we’re thrilled to be taking ‘Songs of the Cities’ to the areas in 2023. It is a numerous and vibrant program of salon music, folks songs and classical favourites which we predict will delight and resonate with audiences all over the place.”

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Since forming in 2006, Duo Histoire has fascinated audiences with their virtuosity, authenticity and lyricism. In addition to showing at music festivals and concert events throughout the nation for Sydney Competition, Musica Viva, Metropolis Recital Corridor and Australian Digital Live performance Corridor, amongst others, their album “Autumn/Winter” may be recurrently heard on ABC Traditional FM.

Music within the Areas is an unbiased touring organisation established in 2022 to attach classical musicians with regional audiences throughout NSW and is supported by the NSW Authorities by way of Create NSW, and thru non-public philanthropy.

Duo Histoire will carry out “Songs of the Cities” at:

  • MORUYA – 7pm, Wednesday 1 March at St John’s Anglican Church in partnership with South Coast Music Society
  • BUNGENDORE – 6pm, Thursday 2 March at, and in partnership with, Lark Hill Vineyard
  • GUNNING – 7.30pm, Friday 3 March at The Courtroom: Gunning’s House of Chamber Music in partnership with Gunning Focus Group
  • COOTAMUNDRA – 2pm, Sunday 5 March at, and in partnership with, The Arts Centre Cootamundra (TACC)
  • TEMORA – 7pm, Tuesday 7 March at Platform Y, Temora Railway Precinct in partnership with Younger Regional Conservatorium
  • WEST WYALONG – 7pm, Wednesday 8 March at, and in partnership with, Tivoli West Wyalong

Extra data and e book tickets at www.musicintheregions.com

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